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Complete Prose of Woody Allen

By Woody Allen
djvu
Format
1991
Year
English
Language
Random House Value Publishing
Publisher

Summary

Born in 1935, Allen Stewart Konigsberg (better known as Woody Allen) is today one of the most influential figures in cinema. He has written and directed such memorable films as <I>Annie Hall</I> and <I>Manhattan</I>, and has acted in over 40 films. He is also the author of three books--<I>Getting Even</I> (1971), <I>Without Feathers</I> (1975), and <I>Side Effects</I> (1980). <I>The Complete Prose of Woody Allen</I> brings these memorable titles together for one bumper collection--a must-have for Allen addicts.<p> <I>Getting Even</I> is a collection of 17 of Allen's magazine pieces from the late 1960s discussing such bizarre topics as the invention of the sandwich, laundry lists, death, obesity, and, of course, rabbis.<p> <I>Without Feathers</I> delivers more of Allen's <I>New Yorker</I>-style humor. Worthy stand-outs include "If the Impressionists Had Been Dentists," a genius piece that puts oral surgery in a whole new, much more exciting, light.<p> Finally, <I>Side Effects</I> compiles Allen's best <I>New Yorker</I> essays from the late 1970s. Although not as outrageously funny as his previous books, this is still a classic piece of comedy. <I>--Naomi Gesinger</I>

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